Centric Opens 'Commercial Center Of Excellence'

Centric Opens ‘Commercial Center Of Excellence’

The CCE is being led by Tony Edwards, Centric strategic account executive for retail sales, and will be home to various sales and support staff for Centric’s Qualis division.

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Centric Parts, a leading North American manufacturer and supplier of OE and aftermarket brake and chassis components, has announced the grand opening of its “Commercial Center of Excellence” (CCE) in Memphis, Tennessee. Centric says the CCE will further the company’s initiative of growing national distribution share in the aftermarket with the best in category management, sales support and supply analysis.

The CCE is being led by Tony Edwards, Centric strategic account executive for retail sales, and will be home to various sales and support staff for Centric’s Qualis division.

“The CCE is just another step in Centric/Qualis maintaining our position as the best brake and chassis technology supplier to the automotive aftermarket,” said Dan Billie, executive vice president of sales and marketing. “We continue to position our business to support the growing challenges customers face in the areas of sales analysis and category management and remain committed to those initiatives.”

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For more information, visit CentricParts.com.

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